There are a lot of settings you can customize. In this video, Jess Stratton shows how to change the way the calendar looks and behaves to make it work for you.
- [Instructor] This is the default view … that comes with Google Calendar, … but it may not be the best view that works for you. … Fortunately, you have a lot of options … when it comes to displaying your calendar data. … So let's dive right in, … and start changing it around. … The first thing we can change … is the way that the view is arranged on the screen. … It defaults to Week view, Sunday through Saturday. … If I click Week, … all the way down at the bottom, … I can change it to a Monday through Friday view … by unchecking Show Weekends. … It gives me a little bit more area to work with … on the screen. … I'll put it back for now. … I can also change it to Day view … Day view still shows me time slots, … but it's just today's date. … And I can still use these buttons … to navigate through the previous to next days. … And at any time, of course, … click Today to get back to the current day. … I know I say that a lot, … but I do use this button all the time. … So I really want to make sure that you know …
- Navigating Google Calendar
- Creating events, including all-day and repeating events
- Inviting guests
- Adding rooms and resources
- Responding to invitations
- Creating secondary calendars
- Sharing calendars
- Searching for events
- Working with the Google Calendar mobile app
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Google Calendar
Explore the interface3m 35s
2. Create and Edit Events
3. Respond to Invitations
4. Create Additional Calendars
5. Share Calendars with Others
Subscribe to an ICS calendar2m 15s
6. Mobile App and Desktop Access
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